Does Insurance Cover Claims Involving Wrongful Death?

Losing someone dear to you in a preventable accident can be extremely difficult to cope with – especially when someone else’s negligence or recklessness caused the accident. In Nevada, a death caused by the wrongful act or neglect of another person is the tort of “wrongful death,” and it gives surviving loved ones the…

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How Do I File a Claim for a “No-Contact” Motorcycle Accident?

Every year, thousands of motorcyclists suffer life-changing injuries from preventable traffic accidents. According to data collected by the Insurance Information Institute, 5,014 motorcyclists died in accidents in 2019. Data from 2019 showed that motorcyclists were about 29 times more likely to die in a crash than passenger car occupants per vehicle miles traveled. One…

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The 4 Elements of a Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Losing a loved one under any circumstances is a tragedy – but if you believe that someone should have prevented the death of your family member, it can be even more difficult to cope and grieve in peace. Bringing a Las Vegas wrongful death lawsuit can provide justice, closure and financial compensation so that…

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Nevada Bicycle Laws You Should Know

Bicycle accidents cause serious injuries and deaths in Nevada each year. According to data collected by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the State of Nevada reported 11 cyclist fatalities in 2020 – the highest number in 10 years. The best way to keep yourself safe as someone who bikes frequently in Nevada is…

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Can the Pedestrian Be at Fault in a Car-Pedestrian Accident?

Pedestrians may suffer the worst of the injuries inflicted by collisions with motor vehicles, but this doesn’t mean they are automatically entitled to financial compensation from the driver. It is possible for a pedestrian to be at fault for an accident in Nevada – potentially barring eligibility for monetary damages. Find out when a…

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What to Do After a Hit-and-Run Crash?

A hit-and-run car accident means that the at-fault driver breaks state law by fleeing the scene of the crash without stopping. All drivers in Nevada have a legal responsibility to stop at the scene of a collision, check for injuries and exchange information with the other party involved. If you become the victim of…

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